Digital Content Producer By Jan Ozer Prem pro 2Native HDV editing, improved color correction, and better encoding debut in Premiere Pro 2.0. Unless you've been under a rock for the last few months, you've undoubtedly heard about the high-profile new features in Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0. (If not, visit digitalcontentproducer.com for more.) These include the new clutter-free interface, four-camera multicam editing, DVD authoring on the timeline, and improved Adobe integration. You've probably also seen the initial reviews, which are almost universally glowing, and for good reason; Premiere Pro 2.0 and the entire Adobe Production Suite are significant steps forward in terms of ease of use, features, and interoperability. Given that you probably already know the high-level story, this article discusses some lesser known features and improvements in Premiere Pro 2.0 that you may not be aware of. Let's start with one of the most important — improved HDV down-sampled quality. read more...

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